Despite rising hospitalizations and case numbers of COVID-19, the federal global health crisis is officially over. That said, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are looking to create a research and development network to better counteract future outbreaks and emerging disease. According to a CDC announcement Friday, the federal health agency awarded $262.5 million to 13 recipients in the public, private and academic sector, including the Maryland-based Johns Hopkins University, as part of the new Outbreak Analytics and Disease Modeling Network (OADMN).
Johns Hopkins to receive $23.5M as part of new nationwide disease response network
September 26, 2023